however sometime late last year we started seing this message pop up. So it must been some changes in flash and/or in the browsers.
Running IE9 in compaility mode allows the flashmovie to work correctly.
Now we want this to work on Mac as well and I can't get Safari to avoid this.
Main problem is that for whatever reason Flash thinks the local html file is internet-enabled. The error box is not saying a link to an internet site, just like this:
Adobe Flash Player has stopped a potentially unsafe operation.
The following local application on your computer or network:
is trying to communicate with this Internet-enabled location:
Why can't we no longer run flash movies locally like this. There is no interaction with internet in any of the files.
How do we fix it, having the users add the directory in Trusted locations in Flash Global Settings is not a good way.
either adjust your security settings: http://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/se ttings_manager04.html
or, test online.
We don't want everyone to have to adjust global settings and add a folder on disk to trusted location, and currently the html files are generated locally by a c++ program so having them online require lots of design changes.
Before it worked having everything local on disk. Why did that change ?